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Robo dick


I've given up.

This poor bastard got killed by a bunch of jolly space cadets when they were on their way to planet A-55. They decided they'd make a little stop at this meteorite to relax and drink some mercury beer, when all of a sudden a robotbird(!!) came by to steal their delicious drink. They chopped off his arms and legs, and hung him for all to see. Of course he did not die, for he is the Michaelsk Tribanski of the robotbirds, more on that later. He's gotten killed multiple times before, because he has a mercuric family to support, and if their supply of mercury would stop, they would simply die. His love is far too great to let such a thing happen.

So this mutated, now robot- bird, imported from earth back in 24XI, started stealing mercury beer since a few years, ever since his wife and kids started drinking. He risks his life every single time he tries this, because space cadets are known for their not-so friendly approach towards thieves, especially when the thieves try and get their mercury beer, which, according to them, helps them focus when in a fight. His family manages to retrieve him every time after he's gotten 'killed' with help from their bat senses, and restore him with all the robotic materials they can find. Now we get to the Michaelsk Tribanski part: As long as his core atom stays intact, he can be restored. So space cadets, be warned, for your beloved drink is not safe.

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is that a raideiaded chicken?

Rutger responds:

He's been killed for a few times, reset, etc ):


A likely story.
Im keeping my eye on you.

Rutger responds:


i wouldn't have guessed

that that's a robot

Rutger responds:



Poor thing.
Nice artwork though! :3

Rutger responds:

thanks c:


ur skills are beyond sexy - i love the way u did the txt in the upper left!

Rutger responds:

Thanks c:

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3.89 / 5.00

Jun 12, 2010
7:25 PM EDT
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